ROOFTOP PHOTOVOLTAICS ON FIREHOUSE

Artemisa (Cuba)

Country

Cuba

Year

2020

Description

Set-up of a rooftop photovoltaic system on the Firehouse in Artemisa, Cuba.

The project has involved the design, execution, and installation of the entire plant in just 1 month and a half. It is a distributed system for a total power of 67,2kWp consisting of 3 inverters, 240 panels, 3 string-box, and auxiliary electrical equipment. In consideration of the successful outcomes of this project, the will of the client is implementing an electricity storage system, in order to accumulate energy and being independent from the electrical grid for its energy requirement. The Cuban Energy Program keeps investing in highly efficient photovoltaic systems like this one, that provide renewable energy more accessible than fossil resources.

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